Simone Inzaghi has dropped a significant hint regarding his intention to stay at Inter Milan and sign a new contract.

The Nerazzurri coach spoke while at the Enzo Bearzot Awards, as reported by FCInter1908.

Inzaghi is currently under contract with Inter until the end of June 2025.

That would theoretically take the 48-year-old until the end of next season.

By all accounts, however, Inter have absolutely no intention of keeping it that way for long.

Reports suggest that the Nerazzurri will soon offer Inzaghi a contract extension.

Moreover, it won’t just be one more year added to the former Lazio coach’s deal, reports suggest.

On the contrary, Inter are reportedly ready to offer Inzaghi a new contract until the end of June 2027.

A new long-term deal would be aimed at sending a clear message to other clubs in Europe that Inzaghi is not going anywhere for the foreseeable future.

Reports have indicated that Manchester United and Chelsea are among the Premier League clubs who would be keen on Inzaghi.

Meanwhile, the likes of Barcelona, Liverpool, and Bayern Munich will all be appointing new coaches in the summer.

Simone Inzaghi Drops Clear Hint On Inter Future

Inzaghi remarked that “Inter have given me a lot.”

“I arrived at the club when it was going through a difficult time,” the coach continued. “And together, with the support of the club, we have had an incredible journey.”

“I’m happy here. I have a strong club behind me.”

Of his contract extension, Inzaghi said that “We’ll probably talk about it at the end of the season. But there will be no problems with continuing on this path together.”

Meanwhile, of the buildup to the derby against AC Milan this week, and the prospect of clinching the Serie A title, Inzaghi said that “We know what we’ve been working towards since July 13th.”

“We’re close to the finish line on making our dream a reality.”

“Many people didn’t predict us as champions at the start of the season. But I have a solid group of players, a great club behind me, and incredible fans.”

Meanwhile, Inzaghi also opened up on Inter’s elimination from the Champions League round of sixteen.

“We’ve made it to the round of sixteen in Europe for the past three season,” the coach noted.

“This season we would have liked to have taken the same path that led us to Istanbul,” he said, referring to last season’s Champions League final.

“But I can only thank my players. We would have liked to reach the quarterfinals. But we were facing Atletico Madrid.”